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Love Both Conditional and Unconditional

Cycle BEasterWeek 6

by Bishop Robert BarronMay 13, 2012

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We are often mistaken in thinking that we have to love God in order for God to love us. That's not the case. God doesn't need our love; his love for us is unconditional. But in order to get more out of God's love, we have to give it away. The more we give, the more we have - "a delightful stream of grace" that spreads joy among us.